For the UFW's first female leader, it's business as usual

Sep 3, 2018
Teresa Romero is also the first immigrant woman to lead a national union. She talked to Kimberly Adams about a variety of topics before she steps into the role in December.
A person holds up a U.F.W. sign during U.S. President Barack Obama's announcement of the Cesar E. Chavez National by in honor the late Latino farm worker and labor and civil rights activist on October 8, 2012 in Keene Kern County, California.
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UFW activist Dolores Huerta's "riches to rags" story

Sep 13, 2017
The movement "became her No. 1" child, says Peter Bratt, who with Carlos Santana made a documentary about Huerta.
United Farm Workers leader Dolores Huerta organizing marchers on the second day of March Coachella in Coachella, California, in 1969.
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